Single Mom Spot exists to inspire, encourage, and unite single moms in the journey that they share as women and in their unique role as a mother. Our site is specifically dedicated to the single mama that is making it happen for herself and her kids, every hour of every day. We believe that women can live the beautiful, vibrant and empowered lives as a single mom: it’s a journey that demands greatness and we want you to know you are not alone.
We believe there is power in the shared experience and that by sharing our experience as single mothers we can begin a conversation with a community of women that is growing by the day. Single Mom Spot creates a destination for the challenges and unique circumstances of single motherhood to be shared, discussed and learned from. Let’s create connections that add meaning to our lives, that help us be stronger women by inspiring us to love our kids like crazy, strengthen friendships and pursue our dreams with confidence.
April Bivens is a driven executive that has been in the Aviation Industry for 19 years. She dedicated the last 6 years to developing her career in Business Development. Responsible for selecting, and growing airport food and beverage locations, April spends a good amount of time in the friendly skies, and definitely considers herself a foodie. The three P’ that April lives by—Passion, Persistence and Patience—have helped her navigate a male dominated field while balancing being a single mom to her 15 year old teenage Son, Logan. She likes to add one more P when speaking about her Son – Purpose! “Logan gave me purpose in this thing called life.” I am forever grateful that God chose me to be his Mom!”
April will bring her Passion, Persistence, and Patience to Single Mom Spot, and she hopes to add value by sharing her successes, and failures of Motherhood. She believes that ‘We as woman should celebrate every part of being a Mother. There was no manual, no training course, we must applaud ourselves, uplift and support each other as we continue on the most beautiful journey in raising our children and preparing them for adulthood.’